Britain’s chaotic weather threatens to dish up a sweltering 29C (84F) monsoon deluge as summer draws to a close, with warnings of tornadoes in parts of the country.
Forecasters are warning that a ‘Spanish Plume’ of warm air could mix with cooler air from the north to spark tornadoes.
A bumpy ride for for at least the next week will see torrential downpours, gales and storms bring August to a soggy end.
A plume of deeply unstable, muggy air about to flood in from the continent will send thermometers rocketing by the weekend.
The entire country could see highs in the low to mid 20Cs with some isolated spots in the south nudging 30C (86F) on Saturday.
Eastern parts are in the firing line for bad weather from tomorrow after downpours hit the west today.
Apart from a glimmer of sunshine hope for the August Bank Holiday, forecasters say this could be it for summer.
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